Warner Bros. has shared a synopsis of Matrix 4 in which they seem to ignore the events of Reloaded and Revolutions, the sequels to the original.
This last week has been loaded with new details about the next installment of the saga Matrix which will hit theaters this year. The premiere of the first trailer of Matrix Resurrections it gives us some clues about what we will see but it gives us many more questions than answers. The official synopsis of the film is also a matter of debate.
The official synopsis of Matrix Resurrections shared by Warner Bros. begins like this: “The Matrix Resurrections is a continuation of the story established in the first film of MATRIX. ” Going directly to the first installment of the saga bypassing the next two.
After explaining that Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss will be again Neo and Trinity, and tell us that we will return to the Matrix again, “and even deeper into the rabbit hole“, They give us some details about their universe:”set in a familiar but even more provocative world where reality is more subjective than ever and where all it takes to see the truth is free your mind.”
The last paragraph concludes by saying: “20 years after the first movie, the franchise that helped define pop culture at the turn of the century is back for a continuation and extension of the original film”, Making it clear that the story starts directly from the first installment.
“The Matrix remains in the zeitgeist as a film that has changed the way we see cinema and reality itself. With its action and visual effects, The Matrix helped pave the way for the films that followed.”
Definitely Matrix It was a before and after in the world of cinema, and its first installment will always be remembered for it and will be more relevant than its sequels. The point is that, from what the synopsis indicates, everything seems to point to Matrix Resurrections It will be rather a kind of reboot of that first installment, ignoring the events of Reloaded and Revolutions.